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§ 36:5. Order granting or denying motion to enlarge time to answer request for admissions (when time has not expired) [Rule 36]

TNCTPF § 36:5William L. Thorp, Isaac L. Thorp and Annie L. SullivanThorp's North Carolina Trial Practice Forms (Approx. 2 pages)

§ 36:5. Order granting or denying motion to enlarge time to answer request for admissions (when time has not expired) [Rule 36]

TNCTPF § 36:5William L. Thorp, Isaac L. Thorp and Annie L. SullivanThorp's North Carolina Trial Practice Forms (Approx. 2 pages)

2 Thorp's N. C. Trial Prac. Forms § 36:5 (7th ed.)
Thorp's North Carolina Trial Practice Forms
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June 2023 Update
William L. Thorp, Isaac L. Thorp and Annie L. Sullivan
Article 5. Depositions and Discovery
Rule 36. Requests for Admission; Effect of Admission
§ 36:5. Order granting or denying motion to enlarge time to answer request for admissions (when time has not expired) [Rule 36]
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